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Nepali migrant worker dies in Malaysia

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Ilam / Nov 8: A Nepali migrant worker from Phakphokthum rural municipality-1 of Ilam district died in Malaysia on November 5. Arjun Limbu, working in a furniture shop located at Johor Bahru, Malaysia, died of a heart attack when he was sleeping in his room. The body of Limbu has been kept in a local […]


Two swept rhinos spotted near Indo-Nepal border

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Chitwan / Nov 6: Two one-horned rhinos that were swept away in the monsoon-triggered flooding in Chitwan four months ago were recovered from a tiger reserve near the south border. The rhinos were spotted in a place near Balmiki Tiger Reserve, around 25 kilometers away from the Nepal-India border. After being informed about the recovery […]


Govt to bring special package for natural disaster survivors

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Kathmandu / Nov 6: The government has proposed a special package targeting the floods and landslides survivors that hit different parts of the country four months ago. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held at Singhadurbar today decided to bring a special package for the relief of those affected by recent incidents of natural […]


‘Yak Attack 2017’ competition begins

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Kathmandu / Nov 5: The eleventh edition of mountain bike race has started. ‘Yak Attack 2017’ competition is considered to be the highest mountain bike race in the world that covers the trailing route of Annapurna Trekking. The contest started from Beshisahar of Lamjung. Last year the competition was started from Kathmandu. This year the […]


58 metric tonnes of garbage collected from Kathmandu rivers

Bagmati cleaning Campaign

Kathmandu / Nov 4: At least 58 metric tonnes of solid waste have been managed under clean-up campaigns of different rivers and ring road clean-up campaign in Kathmandu valley on Saturday. Ten tonnes of garbage were picked up from Bagmati river area near VS Niketan School under the Bagmati Clean-up Mega Campaign that entered the […]


Agriculture college to be established in Jhapa

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Jhapa / Nov 03: An agriculture college will be established in Jhapa from this year. Agriculture-related programmes will run from a structure belonging to Gauradaha Multiple Campus under the Tribhuvan University. Earlier recently, a high-level team including dean of the TU’s agricultural section Keshab Adhikari visited and inspected the campus and the structure for the […]


Vitamin ‘A’ and de-worming tablets being administered nationwide

Vitamin A distribution

Kathmandu / Nov 2: Children below five years age across the nation are being administered Vitamin ‘A’ and de-worming tablets today and tomorrow. The Health Ministry has set a goal to administer vitamin ‘A’ to 2.7 million children from six months to below five years and de-worming tablets to 2.3 million children from one year […]


Five Nepali migrant workers rescued from Qatar

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Khotang / Oct 31: Five migrant workers who were cheated in course of foreign employment have been rescued from Qatar. They were rescued after a complaint was filed against a manpower supplier company based in Diktel by Sami Project, citing that the five migrant workers were not given work and pay as per their contract. […]


NOC chief Khadka summoned to Supplies Ministry

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Kathmandu / Oct 30: Nepal Oil Corporation Managing Director Gopal Khadka has been summoned to Ministry of Supplies on Monday. It has been learnt that Khadka will report to the ministry from Monday itself. The Cabinet meeting on September 18 had decided to sack Khadka for his involvement in misappropriating around Rs 800 million, while […]


42 metric tonnes of solid waste extracted from Kathmandu rivers

Bagmati cleaning Campaign

Kathmandu / Oct 28: At least 42 metric tonnes of solid waste has been managed under clean-up campaigns of different rivers in Kathmandu valley. Fourteen tonnes of garbage was picked up from Guheshwari temple area under the Bagmati Clean-up Mega Campaign that entered the 233rd week today. The participation saw more than 600 people from […]




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